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Using ICT creatively in MFL

  1. 1. Putting the Modern and Foreign into MFL<br />Part 1 - Modern: Using ICT creatively in MFL<br />Working alone, spend some time exploring the websites listed30 m before the end of the morning session, we will stop and make a note of our thoughts (15 m)During this time, you may wish to think of the classes you are planning to each over the next few weeks and think of an idea for a challenging and creative activity which uses one of these websites FEEDBACK as a group (15 m)<br />1 Collaboration in real time<br />www.wallwisher.com <br />examples : Où est Charlie? Learning a language is like…<br />http://tinyurl.com/ouestcharlie <br />http://tinyurl.com/WWlanguagelearning <br />www.primarypad.com<br />http://todaysmeet.com/ <br />2 Games generators:<br />www.classtools.net<br />example: Dustbin game & multi game generator (le, la, l’, les - Y7 hobbies)<br />http://allsaintslanguagesblog.typepad.co.uk/all_saints_languages_blog/2010/03/y7-les-passe-temps-classtools-games.html<br />www.contentgenerator.net<br />example: Fling the Teacher – rooms and activities<br />http://allsaintslanguagesblog.typepad.co.uk/all_saints_languages_blog/2010/03/year-10-fling-the-teacher-rooms-revision-and-activities-extension.html <br />www.quizlet.com<br />examples: NUDEPIGS – mnemonic to remember OPINION WORDS in French<br />http://allsaintslanguagesblog.typepad.co.uk/all_saints_languages_blog/2009/02/nude-pigs-giving-opinions-in-french.html <br />http://quizlet.com/848918/nudepigs-flash-cards/<br />3 Cartoon creation<br />www.toondoo.com<br />examples: Y7 French with comments (AfL)<br />http://allsaintslanguagesblog.typepad.co.uk/all_saints_languages_blog/2010/01/year-7-terrific-toondoos-school-likes-and-dislikes.html#tp<br />www.goanimate.com <br />example: “Le week-end dernier avec Johnny Depp” (past tense)<br />http://goanimate.com/movie/0NnfTGpxHT5c/1<br />4 Word Clouds<br />www.wordle.net<br />example shown below: German shops and shopping.<br />457200160655<br />5 Video content<br /> www.monjtquotidien.com<br />example: “Interesting” listening comprehension (Y10) set for homework.<br />http://www.monjtquotidien.com/video.3590.pisco-l-alpaca-qui-surfe-sur-les-vagues-de-l-ocean-pacifique.php<br />www.dailymotion.com <br />example: Crepe man! (Mardi gras)<br />http://tinyurl.com/crepeman <br />6 Word Tiles (for word order)<br />http://www.triptico.co.uk/<br />http://www.triptico.co.uk/resources/magnetsML/wordMagnetML.html<br />*Tip: Type your foreign text into Word in advance - copy and paste in lesson<br />7 Ready-made web sites for vocabulary and grammar games / activities<br />http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/ <br />http://www.atantot-extra.co.uk/ <br />http://www.sunderlandschools.org/mfl-sunderland/ <br />8 An excellent alternative to Power Point<br />www.prezi.com <br />example: Y9 French Les droits de l’enfant<br />http://prezi.com/gbfpugj7wtgm/les-droits-de-lenfant-manger-et-boire-pour-se-developper/ <br />9 A brilliant website for finding picture prompts <br />www.taggalaxy.de<br />10 Story making<br />www.storybird.com<br />http://www.storyjumper.com/ <br />examples : Fiona Joyce’s Storybird wiki & Clare Seccombe’s blog on Storyjumper<br />http://mfl-storybirds.wikispaces.com/<br />http://is.gd/goAtS <br />

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